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Sozialpolitische Ziele der Gründungsförderung am Beispiel von Gründungen aus der Arbeitslosigkeit
[Social policy as a motivation for start-up subsidies: supporting start-ups out of unemployment]

  • Block, Joern
  • Kohn, Karsten

Support of business start-ups is partially motivated by social policy objectives. The paper discusses these social policy objectives on a conceptual and empirical basis. Its focus is on start-ups out of unemployment. Implications for the design and the evaluation of socially motivated start-up subsidies are discussed.

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